A new report “Fuel cells: The forgotten force in the fight against climate change” by the UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (UK HFCA) highlights the role that fuel cell technology can play in delivering the UK Government’s clean growth ambitions. Labeling them a “forgotten force”, the paper details how fuel cells can help deliver the Prime Minister’s 10-point plan for a green industrial revolution and outlines the opportunity that exists for the UK to lead the world in the development of fuel cell technology.
The publication follows a recent report from the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee which stated that fuel cells will play “an integral part in the proposed hydrogen economy” but currently they “receive less attention than they deserve”. Because of the strategic importance of fuel cells, the paper calls on a more coherent plan to be put in place to return the UK to being a world leader for this critical technology.
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